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Around Azeroth, Beta Edition: In the hushing dusk, under a swollen silver moon


The science of Azeroth is confusing as all get-out. How do snowy zones co-exit next to jungles? If Azeroth is round, why is it always day and night at the same time on each side of the world? Why gnomes? (Not why do gnomes do anything, just ... why gnomes?) I don't even want to consider the astronomy. Instead, let's just admire this picture of the Pale Lady in eclipse during Warlords of Draenor, taken by beta tester Nganga of Pact of War on Silver Hand (US-H). Don't think of the logic! Just look at the shiny lights.

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